Lost my job today...

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  • Yerman

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    Dec 30, 2013
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    Just moved back to California from Italy in December. Got a job in Austin texas, packed up the house and family, moved to Austin. 5 weeks later...I get laid off with a dozen other people. WTF
     

    Yerman

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    BA degree in business from USC - focus on entrepreneurship

    Italy was focused on Angel and Venture Capital investing.

    Austin job was in enterprise IT - was just learning IT so it's a bit new to me but I was picking it up real fast.

    Old job was in pro audio/video sales, service, installation
     
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    azkcr

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    Right on. You're in a good area for that.
    Well, doesn't sound like you'd be interested in construction/oil/plant work. Lol
    Unless you have comptroller experience. We're on the lookout for that
     

    breakingcontact

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    Get hooked in with recruiters.

    Be positive and stay flexible.

    Don't be afraid to apply for jobs you aren't "qualified" for.
     
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